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Take Me Home is the closing track from Burning Salt’s debut album, Automatic Lullaby. This video is a collaboration with Illinois-based artist Bob Aspatore.
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Burning Salt’s rework of ‘The Fullness of Things’ by Tiny Leaves is available now
. Film by Xaviera Lopez.
Burning Salt’s debut album is available now. Portrait by Marley Starskey Butler.
‘Automatic Lullaby’ is the title track of Burning Salt’s debut album. This film is a collaboration with Marley Starskey Butler.
‘DIRT’, a concept-EP inspired by the women and workers of London’s infamous Holloway Prison, is available now.
‘Dirt’ is the title track of Burning Salt’s concept EP dedicated to the women and workers of Holloway Prison. This film is by Florence Pierre and Gordon Spooner, featuring Louise Mada-Lina.
‘The Worst Place I Was Ever Scared Of (A Love Letter to Holloway Prison)’ is available on ‘DIRT’. Film by Bobby Williams.
‘Ginnie’ is a song for the women of the Greenham Common and Suffrage movements, available on ‘DIRT’. Film by Bobby Williams.
‘Dirt’, the title track of Burning Salt’s debut EP, performed at New Unity Chapel, London. Filmed by Jan Capinski.